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    Quote Originally Posted by MickDB1 View Post
    I will be there of course and maybe a bit earlier to help
    great news
    How much earlier? Are you available next week? We could do with a decent plumber asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolk Tiger View Post
    You'll need to check with your guide first to see if he is free to lead
    Speed is no longer an issue however, synchronisation of route in the sat nav could be 'the' issue

    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    It could be like a Top Gear challenge, see who gets there first!
    Depending on trip dates, it'll be a stop on the way down to the Pyrenees, or a stop on the way back home
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bounce View Post
    synchronisation of route in the sat nav could be 'the' issue
    Nutty will probably end up in Poland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolk Tiger View Post
    Nutty will probably end up in Poland
    I'd like to go, so maybe if he leads we'll actually end up there


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    I'd love to come down to you Sid.

    I won't commit at this stage, as it depends on what we end up doing as a family, but I'm certainly keen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    I'd love to come down to you Sid.

    I won't commit at this stage, as it depends on what we end up doing as a family, but I'm certainly keen.
    How about another Cotswold bash next year, Dan?

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    Sounds great Sid, very generous of you
    We're in Germany first weekend in September so will try to combine the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    How about another Cotswold bash next year, Dan?
    I have everything but the time......
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    First extra UK trip on the 100GS? Hmmmm ...

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    Merci boucoup pour le offer magnifique mon ami. I love France, have a scraping of the lingo in my skull to muddle by. Very interested in this Sid. I'll have to defer to family holidays but I'd say there's a fair chance that I'll be there. Sounds like a great set up, I'd be camping.

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    Just a thought Sid, there's a group of airhead types on http://www.flat-twin-bmw.com/ if you wanted to open it up to the locals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    I have everything but the time......
    Nonsense!

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    I will love to join you all as I have been thinking of going to France around the time so will combine with trip to the south. If anyone is going from Norfolk PM me we might be able to travel down together.

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    Hi Sid,
    glad to hear you are getting settled in "en France", and great idea for the Gents'Weekend. Might well be up for it around 17-18th August- no idea where Agen is, without consulting my maps....well, yes, I do know it's in France, which is a good starting point. Might combine it with a longer Euro Trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    I'd love to come down to you Sid.

    I won't commit at this stage, as it depends on what we end up doing as a family, but I'm certainly keen.
    You'll need to see if Chad let you borrow his bike

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    For those who don't know where Agen is. It is roughly half way between Bordeaux and Toulouse. We went Portsmouth to Caen and rode about 400 miles to here.

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